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  2. slowartday:

    Omar Aqil 

    "ETHOS Redefined"

     
     
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    Not Your Grandma’s Cumbia! #kumbia [podcasts 59 minutes]
    #beatlatino this week is all about nueva #kumbia! We love the #cumbia! North or south, no matter from which side of the border and all around the world, the cumbia has been the musical heartbeat of Latino music for the better part of several centuries! Our 21st century has its own flavors of kumbia, and that’s what this week’s Beat Latino is all about.
    Download this Episode of Beat Latino (MP3)
    http://beatlatino.s3.amazonaws.com/beatlatino-081614-Berlin%20-Not%20your%20Grandma%27s%20cumbia%20.mp3

     
     
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    Nuevo Folk Latino [podcasts 59 minutes]
    Back to basics on #beatlatino today! Nuevo folk from Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Spain and more of our Latino universe! Artful singer-songwriters with lots of new rhythmic twists taking folk freaky, funky, mellow and moody, and occasionally to the slightest alt-country twang. This is beautiful, soulful sipping (not gulping) music, for days full of gentle breezes and delicate scents, or perhaps stormy nights where the moon peeks through the cloud. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride to the beats of nuevo folk!
    Download this Episode of Beat Latino (MP3)
    http://beatlatino.s3.amazonaws.com/beatlatino-082314-Nuevo%20Folk%20Latino%20BERLIN.mp3

     
     
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    How to Speak to the Dead [podcast 26 minutes]
    We bring you 4 lessons on speaking to the dead; a computer program that turns you into an avatar after you die, a man who uses a pig to speak to his dead father, a medical doctor on bringing back the dead, and a guided tour of the CBC with a medium
    Download the file:
    http://podcast.cbc.ca/mp3/podcasts/howtodoit_20140825_84183.mp3

     
     
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Meet the Man Behind London’s Biggest ‘Elite’ Sex Parties
Chris Reynolds Gordon is kind of like Britain’s answer to Dan Bilzerian. Only, where the latter made his name playing poker, throwing naked women off roofs, and rapidly becoming Instagram’s most-followed misogynist, Chris has managed to get where he’s at without any of the awkward social media machismo of his American counterpart.
He’s been a millionaire; he’s gone broke. He’s owned property around the world; he’s been homeless. He was a junior national 800 meters champion; he’s met with Vladimir Putin about trading rough diamonds. Now, before hitting his 30th birthday, he’s turned his and his friend Eva’s “Heaven SX” concept into one of London’s most popular “elite” sex parties.
In light of the Killing Kittens group—probably the UK’s largest sex party brand—recently inviting Heaven SX into its fold, I thought I’d catch up with Chris to find out his thoughts on how he makes his money.

VICE: Hey, Chris. So, first off, run me through what happens at a Heaven SX party.Chris Reynolds Gordon: It’s like going to any normal bar or club—you have people dressed up looking nice, chatting, laughing, getting to know each other. Then, a little bit later on—at about 12:00 or 1:00 AM, when the mood’s right—the girls will go and get changed into lingerie. It’s a bit of an awkward moment, with all the guys chatting and sitting with each other, then all these girls come in looking super hot and the atmosphere changes and people start disappearing.
Why do you call it “elite”?I went to quite a lot of parties in the past, and everyone was calling them elite. But then you’d see, like, 50- or 60-year-old people who weren’t that attractive. Not that there aren’t attractive people in their 50s and 60s, but these weren’t people you’d stereotypically think of as attractive. It’s really quite a shallow thing, though, because what is good looking? Basically, the hottest [people] we wanted to play with just got together—everyone who was a 10 on the hot chart. The average age is also quite young. There’s nothing else like it.
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    vicemag:

    Meet the Man Behind London’s Biggest ‘Elite’ Sex Parties

    Chris Reynolds Gordon is kind of like Britain’s answer to Dan Bilzerian. Only, where the latter made his name playing poker, throwing naked women off roofs, and rapidly becoming Instagram’s most-followed misogynist, Chris has managed to get where he’s at without any of the awkward social media machismo of his American counterpart.

    He’s been a millionaire; he’s gone broke. He’s owned property around the world; he’s been homeless. He was a junior national 800 meters champion; he’s met with Vladimir Putin about trading rough diamonds. Now, before hitting his 30th birthday, he’s turned his and his friend Eva’s “Heaven SX” concept into one of London’s most popular “elite” sex parties.

    In light of the Killing Kittens group—probably the UK’s largest sex party brand—recently inviting Heaven SX into its fold, I thought I’d catch up with Chris to find out his thoughts on how he makes his money.

    VICE: Hey, Chris. So, first off, run me through what happens at a Heaven SX party.
    Chris Reynolds Gordon: It’s like going to any normal bar or club—you have people dressed up looking nice, chatting, laughing, getting to know each other. Then, a little bit later on—at about 12:00 or 1:00 AM, when the mood’s right—the girls will go and get changed into lingerie. It’s a bit of an awkward moment, with all the guys chatting and sitting with each other, then all these girls come in looking super hot and the atmosphere changes and people start disappearing.

    Why do you call it “elite”?
    I went to quite a lot of parties in the past, and everyone was calling them elite. But then you’d see, like, 50- or 60-year-old people who weren’t that attractive. Not that there aren’t attractive people in their 50s and 60s, but these weren’t people you’d stereotypically think of as attractive. It’s really quite a shallow thing, though, because what is good looking? Basically, the hottest [people] we wanted to play with just got together—everyone who was a 10 on the hot chart. The average age is also quite young. There’s nothing else like it.

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  11. Barbie Strapping Herself In For a Backseat Ride !

Montage by Mariel Clayton

    Barbie Strapping Herself In For a Backseat Ride !

    Montage by Mariel Clayton

     
     
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